New Orlando Concert Announcements [Less Than Jake, Die Antwoord, Edward Sharpe, Dr. Dog, and more]

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Strung Out will be performing two of their classic albums in their entirety when the band hits the Social on Sept. 15.
  • Strung Out will be performing two of their classic albums in their entirety when the band hits the Social on Sept. 15.

July 3: Mud Flappers, Sundown Haze, Ambitious Foolz, Broke on Dyer (Social)

July 5: Are Friends Electric, James Dreffen, Sum=One (Social)

July 7: Quantum Theory (Social)

July 10: Tyler Hilton, Dion Roy (Social)

July 14: Sidereal, Ovibes, Naked Jane, Natalie Patterson (Social)

July 17: Tremonti (Social)

July 17: Gustavo Lima (Hard Rock Live)

July 19: Cope, Big Something (Will's)

July 24: MC Chris, Powerglove, Richie Branson (Social)

Aug. 11: Less Than Jake (Beacham)

Aug. 12: Red Jumpsuit Apparatus (Social)

Aug. 15: College, Anoraak, Electric Youth (Social)

Aug. 16: Morgan Page (Beacham)

Aug. 17: Legendary JC's (Social)

Aug. 18: Adeste (Social)

Aug. 25: DJ Three, Q-Burns (Social)

Sept. 7: Chet Samuel & Friends (Social)

Sept. 15: Strung Out (Social)

Sept. 18: Tony Lucca (Social)

Sept. 18: The Go-Go's (Hard Rock Live)

Sept. 21: William Elliott Whitmore (Social)

Sept. 30: Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros (Social)

Oct. 24: Die Antwoord (Beacham)

Oct. 25: Arturo Sandoval (Plaza)

Oct. 26: Stephen Kellogg & the Sixers (Social)

Nov. 8: Dr. Dog (Social)

Nov. 15: Keller Williams (Social)

Nov. 21: Asia (Plaza)


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